The head of a Singaporean insurers’ association has responded to calls for action against car workshops submitting inflated insurance claims, saying that these cases must be addressed transparently and objectively.
In an open letter published in the Straits Times, Ho Kai Weng, chief executive of the General Insurance Association (GIA) of Singapore, wrote that cases of inflated claims will be dealt with in a clear, transparent, and objective manner.
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